1 of 5
Through her characters’ common, criminal experience, Agatha Christie uses this novel to explore the effects on a person’s conscience of ___.

2 of 5
Compared to those who deny their crimes, the characters that take responsibility for their bad acts experience ___.

3 of 5
Armstrong’s misguided decision to trust Wargrave illustrates the dangers of putting too much faith in ___.

4 of 5
What happens as the corpse of Macarthur is carried indoors, symbolizing the guests’ realization that there’s a murderer among them?

5 of 5
Which biblical figure does Wargrave have self-described and symbolic links to?